September 2016

While the Left Bank and the Right Bank, between the two of them, certainly take most of the national and international spotlight, a number of excellent wines are also to be found in […]

The Right Bank is the area to the north of the Dordogne in Bordeaux, rather than to the south of the Garonne (this is the Left Bank) or Entre-deux-Mers (the area between the […]

The Left Bank of Bordeaux is defined as the land around the city of Bordeaux that is south or west of the river Gironne, as well as south or west of its […]

Bordeaux’s long history has led to a high reputation. Aristocrats and people of leisure have favored the wines of Bordeaux since royal years, but mere commoners across the world that […]

Arguably the most famous wine region in the world, Champagne was the original source of sparkling wine, and is still considered the primary region for the wine of the same […]

For wine purposes, the Rhône is generally divided into three sections: Côtes du Rhône, the Northern Rhône, and the Southern Rhône. While the Côtes provides the bulk of the Rhône’s […]

The Rhône is generally categorized into three regions: the northern appellations, the southern appellations, and the uncategorized remainder in both the north and south, which is the Côtes du Rhône AOC. […]